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Guide to the US Open Tennis Championships

The US Open Tennis Championships are here again! See our guide to how to get there, what to expect and more. Aug 25 - Sept 8

What are You Worth?

NYC is very competitive and certain fields are more saturated than others. What are your skills worth in the city?

Workspace in New York City Today and Tomorrow

There is a lot of development going on in the boroughs - to find out what this means for the city, NY Intl spoke with a workspace expert.

Entrepreneur Portrait: Pep Gomez, Fever

"Think globally and get good advice from internationals living all over in order to launch a truly global product."

NYC ACRE: Helping Tech Make the World’s Cities Cleaner and Smarter

NYC ACRE brings together startups that focus on a sustainable future to strengthen urban environments around the globe.

What Has NYC Done to Become Smarter?

Smart projects are developing worldwide and all eyes are on cities like Copenhagen & Barcelona. But what is NYC doing to become smarter?


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Featured Event

A Taste of Ireland

A Taste of Ireland

August 24, 2014 at 2:30 pm

143-45 37th Avenue, Flushing, NY

As part of a series to celebrate food from around the world, a Taste of Ireland shares a bit of Irish culture with NYC.

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August 20, 2014

How to Network in New York City Everyone in this city is linked together in one way or another. Big City. Small town. I never realized how true the whole “six degrees of separation” concept was until I moved to NYC and began to mix and mingle. ...

By Lauren Malamala

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August 20, 2014

Technology 2014 - Stats and the City Silicon Alley is becoming a force to reckon with. Local startups brought in $3.4 billion in venture-capital investments last year. And it's not just late-stage companies that are receiving cash. For the first time, 50% of investments went to seed-stage st...

By Crain's New York

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